Materials saved from the landfill:
Skills you’ll learn:
quilt design, piecing, tying and sashiko quilting
Warm your home with a handmade quilt! Learn the log-cabin technique to reuse vintage and reclaimed fabric to construct a unique geometric quilt top. In the first session, we will learn how to plan out your color scheme, cut fabric, and begin sewing your quilt top from the center of your quilt with a straight stitch. By the second session the quilt tops will be finished and the class will learn how to choose the correct batting for the inside of the quilt and back the quilt with a large piece of fabric. Also in the second session, the class will learn two quilting techniques (tying and sashiko), and begin quilting their layers together. With the quilting completed by the third session, the class will learn how to make their own edging tape to give their quilt a finished look.
Participants will need to use some time outside of the class to complete steps of the quilt. Students can attend Perennial’s Community Workshop for free in between sessions, where instructors and materials will be available.
Please note that this three-day workshop takes place on the following Tuesdays: February 28, March 7, and March 14 from 6:30pm – 9:00pm.
Last day to register: Thursday, February 23
Presented by the ‘Buzz’ Westfall Favorite Author Series
Jack Schramm’s public career spans 50 years. Beginning his political career as an elected member of the Missouri House of Representatives, Jack specialized in complex, innovative legislation. The Carter Administration then appointed Jack Regional Administrator in the newly established U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. His memoir is a journey through tough policy decision-making at all levels.
Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn has been creating incorruptible independent pop music since the late 1990’s. She has released over a dozen solo and collaborative recordings on K Records, Kill Rock Stars and various domestic and foreign independent labels. Defined by her graceful songwriting and adventuresome recordings, Pitchfork has praised her “incredible voice".
Tickets are $15. No passes accepted. Synopsis: The Royal Opera presents Verdis tragic masterpiece Il Trovatore, a harrowing tale of love, revenge and war full of spine-tingling arias and powerful chorus numbers including the world famous Anvil Chorus. To be recorded live in 2017, Il Trovatore tells the tale of star-crossed lovers, Manrico and Leonora, who are intertwined with the fate of the Manricos mother the gypsy Azucena, who is seeking vengeance for the murder of her own mother by the di Luna family. This will be the first revival of German director David Bschs production, which received critical acclaim for its debut in June 2016, starring both Armenian soprano Lianna Haroutounian as Leonora, American tenor Gregory Kunde as Manrico from the original production, and Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky as Count di Luna. Audiences are invited to experience this powerful opera with its story of love, feuding families and a gypsy curse, all set to Verdis soaring score. Sung in Italian, with English subtitles.
ELSIE PARKER and THE POOR PEOPLE of PARIS
honor the 85th birthday of French musician's musician Michel Legrand with many of his most famous songs, “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” “Watch What Happens,” “The Windmills of Your Mind,” “Les demoiselles de Rochefort,” “Summer Me, Winter Me,” “Martina” and more! It is also Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday!) and prizes will be awarded for best costumes/masks. Elsie Parker, vocals and woodwinds; Ken Kehner, piano; Bill Lenihan, guitar and accordion; Wayne Coniglio, bass and Alan Schilling, drums and percussion.
Black Market Media Group presents: Steve O'Brien & EZ Da Assassin - Hard Hop & Lyrics Tour
Tuesday February 28thDoors at 7pm - Show 7:30pmTickets are $5 Adv - $10 Dos$2 minor surchargewith performances from T-Bone, Slick Nicky, ODDITY, Emkay, Collective Minds, Nate Tha Great, Prophet, Lazi E, Billy Gilley, & I.S.M. Records
Celebrate Fat Tuesday right here in St. Louis at NOLA Swing! Live music by St. Boogie Brass band will fill the air with that Mardi Gras groove, catch some Mardi Gras beads brought to you straight from New Orleans, and bring your friends to see what Mardi Gras is all about at a party put on by New Orleans natives!
Costumes strongly encouraged
Free admission, one drink minimum at the bar, tip the band.
8 - 8:30PM Free beginner intro to swing lesson
8:30PM - 12AM Saint Boogie Brass Band
Happy Hour drink prices all night long and half priced pizzas.
Fat Tuesday Party!
It's FAT TUESDAY! Celebrate with us and Richie Darling and the Diamond Cut Blues Band. They will get you moving with covers from Muddy Waters, Lightnin' Hopkins, Junior Kimbrough, SRV, B.B. King, R.L. Burnside, and others.
Tommy Halloran will play live jazz music while Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX provides happy hour drink specials.Introducing your next Wednesday night tradition! Enjoy free jazz locations all night at Grand Center all within walking distance. Sponsored by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation.Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX: Jeremy Joyce 5-7pmKranzberg Arts Center: Jazz Jam hosted by Bob DeBoo and Friends 7-9pmThe Dark Room (+21): Jazz hang w/ Kasimu Taylor Trio 9-11pmFree for all ages.
sawing, drilling, and shaping wood
Discover the art of turning wood into funky jewelry! Learn to transform wood scraps into something beautiful and wearable. Participants will learn how to use auger bits with a hand-cranked drill and a power drill, hand saws, files and a belt sander to cut and shape hardwood remnants into a beautiful multifaceted ring. Make a unique piece for yourself or gift to a fashionable friend!
Last day to register: Friday, February 24
When St. Paul & The Broken Bones plays, no one can look away. Through their room-shaking choruses and infectious deep-pocket grooves, this band brings a universal experience of joy with a sweat-soaked passion. Their second album, Sea of Noise, has added a layer of maturity and social-consciousness to their energetic rock & soul explosion, creating a diverse live show that takes their audience through a full arc of emotions with ease. St. Paul & The Broken Bones has applied a youthful fervor to a classic sound and crafted themselves into one of the nation’s best live bands.
WHAT: “A Doll’s House”
WHEN: March 1-5
WHERE: Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building theater, St. Charles Community College, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr. in Cottleville
COST: Free to SCC students with ID; $8 general admission; $6 seniors, veterans and students; $5 Budget Wednesdays
CONTACT INFO: Jean Deimund at email@example.com or 636-922-8050
"Over 100 original works on paper and canvas by Missouri artist Bryan Haynes.
This exclusive exhibition showcases the preliminary acrylic sketches and studies Bryan used to develop his early concepts into final artworks. This unique event will be the first time these works have ever been seen by the public.
Opening night includes a book signing “Growing Up With The River” illustrated by Bryan Haynes. The book’s cover artwork and interior illustrations are included in the exhibition."
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